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Canaco Servytur Mazatlán estimates more than one billion pesos during Holy Week and Easter

He explained that they will continue to adhere to the sanitary measures dictated by the authorities, as is the case with the approach to the use of optional face masks in open spaces.

Mazatlan, Sinaloa. – Congratulated by the bonanza that local businesses have experienced since 2022 began, the President of the National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism in the southern zone, Roberto Lem González, predicted that during the spring break period the economic spill could exceed billion pesos.

In an interview for Informative Reaction, Lem González confessed that “fortunately things have gone well”, because thanks to the low numbers of Covid-19 infections and the correct decisions of the authorities, this year’s expectations have exceeded those of the past. 2021.

“Fortunately, things have gone well, the expectations that we were covering for this long weekend were fulfilled (…) I think that in every way right now the economy is reactivating,” said the also businessman.

As an example of this, he expressed that the period that includes the whole of Holy Week and Easter Week, as well as the events that will be taking place, such as the Mazatlán Fest and the International Motorcycle Week, the economic spill could be one thousand 222 million pesos, with the possibility of an increase.

“We are estimating a spill for the days of Holy Week and for Easter Week, altogether, of one thousand 222 million pesos. This means that they come to join, logically, not only because of the tourists but because of the events that come to be covered on those dates, such as Motorcycle Week, which brings together a good number of locals and tourists”, he declared.

Likewise, he explained that they will continue to adhere to the sanitary measures dictated by the authorities, as is the case with the approach to the use of optional face masks in open spaces.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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